CLACS’s Quechua Outreach Program and the Andean Initiative will convene a panel of Quechua and Aymara linguists to address epistemologies of the South on Tuesday, October 11 at the KJCC Auditorium.
Speakers will discuss the construction of sociolinguistics of the South, construyendo una sociolingüística del Sur, as a means of challenging Euro-centric approaches to the study of indigenous languages in Latin America. The discussion provide new contributions to the field of bilingual and intercultural education from a more comprehensive and emancipatory perspective.
Panelists include Pedro Plaza, Teófilo Laime, Julieta Zurita, Marina Arratia. CLACS’s own Amy Huras and Odi Gonzales will be discussants.
The events is free and open to the public. ID is required to enter the building. Please RSVP for the event, here.